When it comes to getting sober, there are numerous rehab programs in Oregon. One such option is an inpatient rehab program. Inpatient care is a great option for people who need more supervision than outpatient care offers. When people look for inpatient drug rehab in Oregon, there are a few things that they should look for.
What Is Inpatient Drug Rehab?
An inpatient drug rehab program is one of the many options available to people who need help in Oregon. Inpatient rehab centers have clients stay on-site instead of returning home at the end of the day. Staying there allows the rehab staff to keep a close eye on the clients.
Inpatient rehab makes a great stepping stone for people to enroll in outpatient rehab. With outpatient rehab, they get to return home at the end of the day. They enjoy more freedom than they do in inpatient rehab. However, with more freedom comes more opportunities to relapse, which is why people should always do inpatient rehab first. Relapse prevention therapy sessions are designed to identify the emotions and patterns of thought that could cause a roadblock on your journey toward recovery by leading to a relapse of negative actions and addictive behaviors. No matter what type of addiction you are struggling with, we want you to know that there is hope.
What Kinds of Addictions Do They Treat?
It’s important to find rehab centers that treat the addiction at hand. The amenities and how nice the rehab centers are means nothing if they don’t offer the right treatment. Most rehab centers offer a list of the addictions that they treat on their websites. People can also call the rehab centers to ensure that they treat their addictions. It is important to find a treatment center that treats the following types of addictions:
- Fentanyl & heroin addiction
- Meth addiction
- Alcohol addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Benzodiazepine addiction
- Polysubstance addiction
What Therapies Do They Offer?
Therapy is a major part of any successful rehab program. However, no one therapy works for everyone. It’s important for rehab centers to offer a variety of options. Some of the most important therapies include:
- Family therapy
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
What Factors Influence Length of Treatment?
In addition to the type of substance used, how severe the addiction is, and the treatment direction that is taken, these are the other factors that can influence how long rehab can take.
- How involved the initial consultation and assessment are
- Medical history and family genetics
- Length of addiction and how much of the substance used prior to rehab
- First time in rehab versus previous rehab experience
- Whether or not a relapse has occurred before
- How severe the withdrawal symptoms are during detox
- Any co-occurring conditions
The reputation of the treatment facility and the experience of the treatment team are also important factors to consider.
Do They Offer Aftercare Programs?
Addiction treatment doesn’t end after people finish rehab. In fact, addiction is something that people struggle with their whole lives. Aftercare programs provide guidance and planning for after they finish inpatient care. A post-rehab treatment program will help people stay connected and accountable.
Find Out What We Can Do for You
After you finish your stay in a Portland detox center, come visit us to start your recovery program. At Crestview Recovery, we aim to make addiction a thing of the past. We offer a wide variety of programs to help you overcome addiction, including:
- Residential or inpatient rehab
- Outpatient rehab
- Individual and group therapy
- Extended care
Don’t attempt to fight addiction alone. Find out how we can help you get your life back on track with our unique rehab programs. Call us today at 866.262.0531.
Since 2016, Dr. Merle Williamson, a graduate of Oregon Health Sciences University, has been the Medical Director at Crestview Recovery, bringing a rich background in addiction medicine from his time at Hazelden Treatment Center. He oversees outpatient drug and alcohol treatments, providing medical care, setting policies, detox protocols, and quality assurance measures. Before specializing in addiction medicine, he spent 25 years in anesthesiology, serving as Chair of Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Chief of Anesthesia at Kaiser Permanente. This experience gives him a unique perspective on treating prescription drug addiction.